Festival of Work
Early Birds (-10%) until 31st August 2019
Business Summit for HR III is a landmark event for both people professionals and business leaders. By focusing on the most innovative strategies in management, technology and learning, the festival will help you, and your colleagues, to harness the latest transformations and drive a human future of work. With 900+ attendees, across the years, filled with inspirational speakers, live experiences and challenging ideas, it’s the ultimate celebration of people in the workplace.
MEET THE SPEAKERS FOR 2019
Roxana Mocanu – EMCC Global Individual Programme Manager, is the most titrated Romanian in the field of Developmental Mentoring. She is the Founder-Director of Noosfera, the first HR Vocational School in Balkans. Passioned to connect education and talent market, curious to discover and create the future of work, Roxana will host the third edition of Business Summit for HR and the first Festival of Work in Romania.
Carmen Agapi is HR Technology and Data Leader Europe and Americas and HR Back Office Operations Europe. She is an experienced Leader in BPM working in various areas like HR Digital Transformation, Process Transformation, Learning and Development, Talent Management; Leading teams in LnD, large teams in Operations, Leading Delivery in Europe for Consulting projects, Leading the team of Transitions Managers in Europe and leading large transformation projects Globally in the same area, and managing large PnLs associated with all of the areas in which I delivered.
Mihai Zânt is an Business Coach, Trainer, Entrepreneuriship Catalyst and Educational Contributor. Having over 10 years of experience in leading teams and communities he concentrated his work in building learning organisations and values based communication. He is now creating custom corporate learning journeys using experiences and practice systems. He is focusing on career coaching, business coaching and mentoring several entrepreneurial projects concentrated on sustainable and systemic impact.
Adriana Aionitoaie is Global Head of People Operations Business Partners at Endava. Proud Endavan. Passionate about organisational transformation, organisational evolution & health, building brands, building an everyone culture by deliberately developing people while growing business value. Specialties: IT Recruitment& Consultancy, Organisational Culture,Setting up & developing new offices, Business development, Team leadership, Integration, People & Career Development, Apprenticeship, People Engagement, AgileHR, Strategic Analysis, Performance and Reward.
Olimpia Mesa is an author, leading expert and consultant on brain-based learning design, the president of Instructional Design Ltd., a company behind hundreds of successful corporate and educational programs both online and in-person, delivered in a variety of different languages. In addition to consulting with Fortune 500 organisations on learning projects, Olimpia is the founder of Book to CoursesTM Online School, the main goal of which is to teach authors how to transform a nonfiction book into online academies, live courses or apps.
Bogdan Busioc is the President of the Professional Association Crisis Negotiation Unit. From august 2019, he is HR Manager Cargo-Partenr Expeditii. Past experiences:
2014 – August 2019 HR Team Leader Kruk Romania
2009 – 2014 He was nominated for the Police Officer of the Year 2013 in the Public Order category. As a teacher, he has completed several courses both at home and abroad: ➢ Europol / Eunat Kidnap investigation awarness course 2014, F.B.I. Certyficate Advance Crisis Negotiation training 2012 San Diego, California
Nathan Ott is a co-founder of eg.1 and since 2003 has always had an unwavering focus on ensuring that eg.1 continues to maintain the high standard of delivery excellence to its clients as well as continuing to pioneer innovative solutions that enable eg.1 to keep their clients ahead of the competition.
With over 20 years of working with business leaders to get the best from their talent, Nathan has always thought there was something missing. Subsequently, through years of conversations with business leaders he realised he was not alone. This notion that ‘something was missing’ is the key stimulus for the original The DNA of a Game Changer research commissioned by eg.1 in 2013 that has led to the global framework, language and community of impact at www.thegcindex.com that we see today.